The design approach used is the SPCI “Salutogenic Park City Immersive” which focuses on the renaturation of urban living environments. A strategic role is played by the use of greening and landscaping design systems that are able to absorb a significant share of the country’s climate-changing gas emissions, as already partly highlighted by the European Green Deal. In particular, the key factors and methodologies of intervention are based on the interaction between Green City Adaptive and Resilient Design, in terms of physical redevelopment, environmental remediation and energy improvement, integrated with the enhancement of existing heritage. With the SPCI we intend to experiment with interventions that can act on associated life and social inclusion at all scales, operating an environmental reconversion that puts the inhabitant and his health at the centre of its interests, also with bottom-up procedures. Today, giving answers corresponding to new perspectives of renaissance and ecological transition with “salutogenic design strategies” becomes an objective that can no longer be postponed, and technological design is among the disciplines called upon to give increasingly targeted and concrete answers from this perspective. Urban design can offer cities new metabolisms, oriented towards wellbeing and health, by carrying out a combined strategy of material recovery and technological adaptation, but also stimulate the process of collective consciousness, with targeted interventions, directing society towards a culture of conscious and evolved healthy living.

Vitrano, R.M. (2022). Salutogenic design and regeneration for building heritage. In H. Varum, A. Furtado, J. Melo (a cura di), Documentation, Restoration and Reuse of Heritage (pp. 897-912). Porto : ReUSO Edition_FEUP (FACULDADE DE ENGENHARIA UNIVERSIDADE DO PORTO).

Salutogenic design and regeneration for building heritage

Vitrano, Rosa Maria
2022-12-01

Abstract

The design approach used is the SPCI “Salutogenic Park City Immersive” which focuses on the renaturation of urban living environments. A strategic role is played by the use of greening and landscaping design systems that are able to absorb a significant share of the country’s climate-changing gas emissions, as already partly highlighted by the European Green Deal. In particular, the key factors and methodologies of intervention are based on the interaction between Green City Adaptive and Resilient Design, in terms of physical redevelopment, environmental remediation and energy improvement, integrated with the enhancement of existing heritage. With the SPCI we intend to experiment with interventions that can act on associated life and social inclusion at all scales, operating an environmental reconversion that puts the inhabitant and his health at the centre of its interests, also with bottom-up procedures. Today, giving answers corresponding to new perspectives of renaissance and ecological transition with “salutogenic design strategies” becomes an objective that can no longer be postponed, and technological design is among the disciplines called upon to give increasingly targeted and concrete answers from this perspective. Urban design can offer cities new metabolisms, oriented towards wellbeing and health, by carrying out a combined strategy of material recovery and technological adaptation, but also stimulate the process of collective consciousness, with targeted interventions, directing society towards a culture of conscious and evolved healthy living.
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Vitrano, R.M. (2022). Salutogenic design and regeneration for building heritage. In H. Varum, A. Furtado, J. Melo (a cura di), Documentation, Restoration and Reuse of Heritage (pp. 897-912). Porto : ReUSO Edition_FEUP (FACULDADE DE ENGENHARIA UNIVERSIDADE DO PORTO).
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